This impressive stone house has 4 reception rooms, four bedrooms, outbuildings and is in a pretty village with shops with easy access to Bordeaux. location
The front door opens to the entrance hall (24m2) with original tiled floor and wainscoting - the hall runs the depth of the house and opens to a courtyard at the far end.
To the right of the hall a pair of doors opens to the dining room (34m2) with beautiful parquet floor, an elaborate marble fireplace and a ceiling rose. To the left of the entrance hall a pair of doors opens to another large reception room (33m3) with wooden floor and a feature fireplace.
To the rear of the dining room a door opens to the breakfast room (21m2) with wooden floor and fireplace with marble surround. From here a doorway leads through to a small kitchen (6m2), which in turn opens back into the entrance hall. It would be possible to create a larger kitchen by converting the breakfast room to a kitchen which would then allow the existing kitchen to be used as a utility / store room.
To the far end of the entrance hall, to the right (opposite the door to the kitchen) is another large reception room (30m2 - most recently used as a ground floor bedroom) with wooden floor and fireplace with marble surround. Shower and WC facilities have been installed into this room.
An attractive wooden staircase rises from the entrance hall to the first floor landing (21m2), off which are four large double bedrooms (35m2, 31m2, 30m2 and 17 m2) all of which have wooden floors and three have fireplaces. Also off the landing is a shower room.
The stairs continue to a large attic covering about 140m2 with conversion potential.
To the back of the house is a courtyard (currently covered) opposite which is a small cottage comprising two rooms. In addition to this there are a number of outbuildings including a former stable, wash-house and a large attached double-height outbuilding (about 55m2)
The buildings sit on a level plot of 1701m2. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a number of trees and shrubs.
This is a large house and could make a wonderful home or B&B although has not been lived in for a while and will need work in order to bring it back and up to a current level of comfort.
Chevanceaux is a pretty village which is well served with shops and the small town of Montguyon (with supermarket etc) is just a short drive. Chevanceaux is just off the N10 giving quick access to Bordeaux and Angouleme.